Ditrysia

Bucculatrix cristatella, copyright Ilia Ustyantsev.

Belongs within: Heteroneura.
Contains: Tineidae, Apoditrysia, Yponomeutoidea, Gracillariidae, Lyonetiidae, Psychinae.

The Ditrysia are a major clade of Lepidoptera accounting for some 98% of the species of the order. They are characterised by female genitalia with an internal connection between the copulatory opening and ovipore, as well as by large apodemes on the second abdominal sternite and short bands rather than long fibres in the proboscis muscles (Grimaldi & Engel 2005).

Basal members of the clade, historically gathered into the superfamily Tineoidea (now recognised as non-monophyletic) are small to medium-sized species with narrow, typically grey fore wings that often retain the M vein in the discal cell. Most lack ocelli though prominent ocelli are retained in the Douglasiidae (Nielsen & Common 1991). The Simaethistiidae are a small, poorly known group of basal ditrysians found in eastern Asia and Australia. The Psychidae are a diverse group with the proboscis vestigial or absent in adults (Nielsen & Common 1991). The Meessiinae are very small moths associated with fungi and lichens (Nielsen & Common 1991). The Roeslerstammiidae are characterised by the presence of two rows of scales on each antennal segment (Nielsen & Common 1991).

<==Ditrysia [Gracillarioidea, Papilionina, Tineina, Tineites, Tineoidea, Tortrices]
    |--Meessiinae [Meessiidae]KP19
    |    |--Meessia leopoldellaYS10
    |    |--DemobrotisNC91
    |    `--Eudarcia simulatricellaKP19
    `--+--+--+--TineidaeKP19
       |  |  `--Dryadaula [Dryadaulidae]KP19
       |  |       `--D. visaliellaKP19
       |  `--+--ApoditrysiaGE05
       |     `--+--+--YponomeutoideaKP19
       |        |  `--Roeslerstammiidae [Amphitheridae, Amphitherinae]NC91
       |        |       |--Amphithera heteroleucaKP19, NC91
       |        |       |--Enchoptila idiopisP27
       |        |       |--ThereutisNC91
       |        |       |--Macarangela leucochrysaNC91, C91
       |        |       |--NematobolaNC91
       |        |       |--Chalcoteuches phlogeraNC91
       |        |       `--RoeslerstammiaNC91
       |        `--+--GracillariidaeKP19
       |           `--+--BucculatricidaeNC91
       |              |    |--Ogmograptis scribulaNC91
       |              |    `--BucculatrixKP19
       |              |         |--B. alaternella Constant 1890C90
       |              |         |--B. cristatellaKP19
       |              |         |--B. gossypiiNC91
       |              |         |--B. helichrysella Constant 1890C90
       |              |         `--B. plataniRJ93
       |              `--+--LyonetiidaeKP19
       |                 |--BedelliaNC91 [BedelliidaeM03, Bedelliinae]
       |                 |    |--B. psamminellaL27
       |                 |    `--B. somnulentellaNC91
       |                 `--HeliodinidaeM03
       |                      |--Thylacosceles acridomimaP27
       |                      |--Heliodines princepsNC91
       |                      |--Epicroesa ambrosiaNC91
       |                      |--Baltonides roeselliformisRJ93
       |                      `--VanicelaP27
       |                           |--V. disjunctellaP27
       |                           `--V. xenadelphaP27
       `--PsychidaeB37
            |  i. s.: Liothula omnivoraWFS04
            |         Solenobia triquetrellaD51
            |         Iphierga macaristaNC91
            |         Epichnopteryx plumella (Denis & Schiffermüller 1775)JP05
            |         CanephoraJP05
            |           |--C. hirsuta Poda 1761JP05
            |           `--C. unicolorRD77
            |         Paramictoides febrettaYS10
            |         Pachythelia unicolorYS10
            |         ApteronaYS10
            |         PlutorectisG84
            |         CryptotheleaGE05
            |           |--C. cardiophagaIR05
            |           |--C. gloveriiVC07
            |           `--C. junodiF92
            |         LuffiaYS10
            |           |--L. ferchaultellaBC91
            |           `--L. lapidellaYS10
            |         Animula huebneriH01
            |         CochliothecaRD77
            |           |--C. crenulellaRD77
            |           `--C. helixRD77
            |         Acanthopsyche opacella [incl. A. atra]RD77
            |         AmictaRD77
            |         Sterrhopteryx pristinella Rebel 1934P92
            |--PsychinaeNC91
            |--OiketicinaeKP19
            |    |--Thyridopteryx ephemeraeformisKP19
            |    `--OiketicusG84
            |         |--O. elongatusG84
            |         `--O. kirbyiL81
            `--TaleporiinaeNC91
                 |--CtenocompaC70
                 |--Narycia saxosaC70, P27
                 |--Trigonocyttara clandestinaC70
                 |--Lepidoscia arctiellaC70
                 |--Cebysa leucotelusC70, NC91
                 `--TaleporiaJP05
                      |--T. cawthronellaP27
                      `--T. tubulosa (Retzius 1783)JP05
Ditrysia incertae sedis:
  Azinis hilarellaWM66
  ApoprogonidaeNC91
  Cerostoma Latreille 1802L02
    |--*C. dorsatum [=Ypsolophus dorsatus]L02
    `--C. persicellaF92
  SimaethistiidaeGE05
  PseudarbelidaeNC91
  ArrhenophanidaeNC91
  AcrolophusD01 [AcrolophidaeGE05]
    |--A. boucardi Druce 1901D01
    |--A. linus Druce 1901D01
    `--A. underwoodi Druce 1901D01
  Eucryptogona [Eriocottidae]NC91
    `--E. trichobathraNC91
  DouglasiidaeNC91
    |--Douglasia Stainton 1854 [=Douglassia (l. c.) non Bartsch 1934]P66
    |--Tinagma leucanthesNC91
    `--KlimeschiaNC91
  Melusina [Compsoctenidae]RD77
    `--M. energaRD77
  Euplocamus guttellaG20

*Type species of generic name indicated

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